Adrian College Reviews
I live Adrian College as a whole, I love the small community and the teacher to student ratio. I wish there was more drainage system on campus as we walk everywhere. I think as a whole its an awesome school to attend but very expensive.
Adrian College has a wonderful, friendly campus with amazing facility. Professors who go out of their way to help you achieve the best. I would love to see the housing become more updated in the future or tuition lowered. although adrian costs a lot they do have many things to offer if you look into it.
Adrian is perfect if you’re looking to successfully juggle academics and sports. I played volleyball there at it was a great experience and I was still able to graduate with honors.
If you are looking for a small town with small class sizes and great academics, Adrian is the one for you. With the small class room sizes, you are able to not develop close relations to your peers, but your professors as well. A professor-student relationship is crucial not only in the learning process, but even future academic adventures outside of Adrian. The professors are more than willing to sit down with you and break it down, piece by piece. You are not just another nameless face, you are you. Being a liberal arts college, distributions are a requirement. Though they may be an annoyance at first, they become well-rounded student shaping machines. Through these classes, you are able to educate your self of the other perceptions, cultures, and ideas along with the synthesis of your own. Though the social scene is somewhat lacking, Adrian College makes up for it in its application of the Arts and Sciences.
It's a wonderful place full of wonderful people. they make you feel at home from day one. There sports and academics are outstanding
I absolutely love Adrian. This college is blessed with amazing professors and staff in general. I fell in love with the campus as soon as I stepped foot on here. I enjoy that they have the Scholarship Day, which I got to meet with some of the staff that I will be working with in the future.
The faculty of Adrian is what really sets us apart from other schools. We have a great staff of professors that really want you to succeed.
Adrian is a fine university. I feel I was prepared almost too well for college, as Adrian seems to be a breeze to me. I do not feel very challenged and do not have to spend much time outside of class on homework or reading, to do well in the classes.
It feels like coming home and being a part of a community that truly cares about the individual. Adrain has so many great opportunities for the students to learn about what the world is like and all of the experiences that you will need to be successful.
The professors are what make Adrian College special. Although there are definitely bad professors, the vast majority are sincerely interested in their students and want to be great teachers. The rest of the school is pretty average. the majority of students play sports and the administration put sports above academics. You're required to live on campus all four years and have a meal plan. The food is terrible and you'll quickly get tired of living in the dorms. Many students go home on the weekend and there's not a lot to do.
Adrian college is a very well-developed college that has many opportunities for their students. The teaching staff at Adrian College is very helpful and help their students strive to become their best.
I would like the cost to be reduced and some improvement in the quality of professors. Also the some of the offices need to be user friendly and help when students are confused.
Do not be fooled! This IS NOT a Christian university. They may 'sell' it to you that way, but it is far, far from the reality of campus life. There is no effort by any staff, coach, professor that cares about the spiritual nature of it's students. Partying is the main activity past sports, an atheist teaches religion and is not respectful to those who speak of God, and it is not neccessarily a safe place for women. If you are looking for a place to grow and be supported in faith...look elsewhere. Notice in this search that Olivet (MI), Alma, etc are included and are very much NOT Christian either. Being founded by a denomination means nothing about the spiritual strength or weakness of a school.
Overall my experience with Adrian College has been a good one. I am currently half way through my second semester as a freshmen. The campus is extremely beautiful and they take pride in keeping it this way. The professors are some of the best and care about what they are teaching and there are a wide variety of classes to choose from. Adrian has multiple athletics taking place year round. There are also plenty of activities or different clubs to get involved with on campus.
Adrian College is a small liberal arts school in southern Michigan. The main campus sits on a one square mile block with additional buildings surrounding. Adrian College hosts over 40 sports teams participating in both NCAA DIII and Club. Adrian has a wide range of academic programs including business, athletic training, exercise science, sports management, and many more.
This is a great school. It's beautiful, small, and has some amazing people. There is a small staff to student ratio, so you'll definitely be able to have one on one help from your professors. Something that could be improved is the safety of the campus, as it's typical to have a break-in.
Good because of the small school size, but they take you for every penny you have and don't make it easy on international students.
My experience at Adrian College is nothing like I would've expected. For this campus being a small school I expected it to be a very judgmental environment because everyone knows you and your business but everyone is very welcoming and nice. It is a home away from a home.
Adrian College is great. It helps to be on a sports team and just have a go to group whenever you need something. Being on a team creates a special bond. Also the school is a perfect size it is small but it allows us students to really be involved with school and with our professors and on campus activities.
Living on campus is alright, there isn't a whole lot to offer when it comes to expenses which can get a little frustrating. The maintenance tries their best to keep everything up to date which is encouraging